Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge

Mechanics & High Performance Computing Group (MHPC)

(Fachgebiet Mechanik auf Höchstleistungsrechnern)

Technische Universität München

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael W. Gee

 

which is part of the
Institute for Computational Mechanics (LnM),
Munich School of Engineering (MSE),
Mechanical Engineering Faculty

--- We have moved to a new office ---

Fachgebiet Mechanik auf Höchstleistungsrechnern
Mechanics & High Performance Computing Group
Parkring 35, 3rd floor (see on map)
85748 Garching-Hochbrück, Germany

NEWS:

  • M.W. Gee will teach a Winter School on Algebraic Multigrid Nov 17th-18th at INRIA Bordeaux-Sud Ouest in Caes, France.

  • MHPC and AdjuCor GmbH received funding for project Reverse-Remodeling though Individual Epicardial Augmentation from Bayerische Forschungsstiftung

  • MHPC co-organizes the 4th Munich Aortic & Carotid Conference held Dec. 5th-6th 2014 in Munich, Klinikum rechts der Isar.

  • MHPC co-organized the 3rd European Trilinos User Group Meeting (EuroTUG 2014) held in Lugano, Switzerland,  30.6.14-02.07.14. EuroTUG is a satellite meeting to the annual TUG held in the US. It brings together Trilinos users an developers from all over Europe for presentations and discussions on Trilinos and HPC in general.

  • IJNMBE lists this article as "Most Cited" in 2012 and 2013:
    Gee, M.W., Foerster, Ch., Wall, W.A. (2010): A Computational Strategy for Prestressing Patient-Specific Biomechanical Problems under Finite Deformation, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 26, 52-72. DOI

  • MHPC & LRZ hosted the 2nd European Trilinos User Group Meeting (EuroTUG 2013) in Garching June, 3rd-5th, 2013. EuroTUG is organized annually by EPFLETHZSandia Labs & TUM.

  • 1st price at MICCAI2012 CFD Challenge, Nice, France: Ismail, M ., Gee, M.W., Wall, W.A. (2013): CFD Challenge: Hemodynamic Simulation of a Patient Specific Aortic Coarctation Model with Adjoint-Based Calibrated Windkessel Elements, in: Statistical Atlases and Computational Models of the Heart. Imaging and Modelling Challenges, Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 7746, 44-52, Springer, Berlin. DOI

Research aiming at development of efficient parallel methods in multiphysics and application to problems in science, engineering & medicine

Education for Bachelor, Master and PhD students interested in computational mechanics, applied mathematics and high performance computing

Transfer of scientific results to applications in industry, simulation techniques and medical procedures